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Examples of Real Divorce Discovery Questions

Divorce proceedings can be a difficult and emotional time for both parties involved. However, it is important to make sure that all assets and liabilities are accounted for and divided fairly. This is where the process of discovery comes in. Discovery is the process of gathering information and evidence from the other party to build a case. One of the most important aspects of discovery is the use of discovery questions. These questions are designed to elicit information from the other party about their financial status, property, and other relevant factors that could affect the outcome of the divorce settlement. In this article, we will discuss examples of real divorce discovery question ...


What are the Stages of Divorce Grief?

Going through the divorce process is rarely easy. Even in amicable circumstances, you and your former spouse may find it challenging to navigate the emotions involved alongside the practical legal components. After all, you’re experiencing loss, which tends to bring with it the sense of grief. The stages of divorce grief are largely the same as in any other loss experience; you may go through denial, anger, bargaining, and depression before reaching acceptance. While transitioning these steps is vital for a healthy route forward, they might also present some complications in your life and your divorce. We’re going to explore the stages of divorce grief a little further alongside some ...


What is Malicious Parent Syndrome?

As a caring father, you naturally want to make sure that your divorce has a minimal disruptive effect on your children. Therefore, your custody case is likely to be centered on getting the right division of living arrangements to ensure your kids are well supported by both parents. Unfortunately, your ex may not take the same attitude. Men in Florida already have challenges related to the reputation the state’s family court system has for prioritizing mothers in custody cases. However, you may find that this is exacerbated by your former spouse’s determination to deprive you of a relationship with your children. Malicious parent syndrome has become a common problem for fathers. Let’s t ...


How to Beat an Order of Protection

An order of protection is a vital tool for safety and security of vulnerable individuals. When used correctly, it is intended to ensure violent or abusive people are unable to contact or be in the same vicinity as their victims. As such, it’s understandable that orders of protection are a common feature of divorce and custody cases in which domestic violence or abuse is involved. Nevertheless, this isn’t to say that orders of protection are always issued fairly, correctly, or for the right reasons. You may find that your ex, in an attempt to gain an advantage in your family court case, makes false accusations to get an order of protection taken out against you. It may even be the case tha ...


What Happens if Your Spouse Won’t Sign Divorce Papers?

It’s only natural that you want the divorce process to run as smoothly as possible. After all, a long and complicated case is stressful and expensive. Particularly if there are children involved, you’ll want to keep things simple for their peace of mind as much as your own. In the best case scenarios, a divorce in Florida can be relatively quick and painless. Indeed, in uncontested divorce cases, only a single party — either you or your spouse — needs to attend the final hearing. Unfortunately, many men find their divorce isn’t quite so straightforward in this state. Indeed, even when you think you’re almost at the end of your process, there are ways for your ex to throw obstacles in the ...


Sneaky Divorce Tactics to Be Prepared For

In the best case scenario, a divorce proceeds swiftly and fairly, with both parties acting in a reasonable fashion. This tends to result in fairer outcomes and ensures children are equally supported by committed and respectful parents. Unfortunately, many divorces don’t play out in this way. This is understandable, to an extent. After all, the end of a long-term relationship is a highly emotionally-charged situation and there may be significant animosity present. It may be the case that one partner is unwilling to accept anything but full custody of shared children. It’s also not unusual for greed to drive a spouse to gain more than the fair division of joint marital assets. As such, you ...

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